SEO Infographic: How SEO Has Changed
Here are the new SEO techniques for on-site optimization: The New Way vs. The Old Way:
Target a wider range of keywords vs. target specific keywords.
User experience is #1 priority vs. design is separate from SEO.
Design your website to respond to mobile phones and tablets.
Be sure your page load times are fast. Load times are important not only to users but also for Google rankings.
Write compelling content for your audience vs. write content for search engines.
Keyword density is not overly important vs. keyword density is crucial.
Content is diverse vs. a focus on text content.
Sell your content with your title tags vs. stuff title tags with keywords.
Schema.org and a more semantic web vs. microformat content markup.
Writers & Content Authorship
Rel: Authorship tag vs. ghost writers.
Generate highly creative sharable content vs. Outsource copywriting and spin content.
Link diversity and brand links vs. aggressive exact-match anchor text.
Build a long lasting brand vs. aggressive exact-match domain names.
High quality guest blogging vs. blog network links worked.
Manual quality checked submissions vs. automated directory submissions.
Strategic PR back to real PR vs. online PR for backlinks.
Talk and connect with real people vs. automated blog commenting.
Social traction correlates with links vs. links being more important than social media.
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